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Lavasoft Ad-Aware Problems

Discussion in 'General Security' started by AdAwareVictim, May 29, 2012.

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  1. AdAwareVictim

    AdAwareVictim Thread Starter

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    Recently i have installed the latest version of Lavasoft Ad-Aware for 30 days trial, i ends up with a lot of problems (i downloaded the installer from ad-aware official website, so are not expecting malware in it, but i suspect something is in it after install it!). I finally decided that it is a bad product and want to uninstall it, however, i realize that even after i uninstall, the ad-aware safe browsing is still there!

    This ad-aware safe browsing keep on slowing my connection to internet, often show "Welcom to Ngix" page and make me not able to access to certain website. I am quite confirm that it is the ad-aware that causing that problem, as my other computer at same time same connection trying to access same page has no problem at all! And, i only have this problem after i install ad-aware.

    :mad::mad::mad::mad:

    Can anyone help me and show me how to completely uninstall ad-aware from the computer (especially the stupid safe browsing)? Thank you.
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Try Revo uninstaller, they have a free version
     
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